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Laser Rust Removal Machine

Laser Rust Removal Machine

The laser rust remover machine is a powerful tool that can be used to quickly and easily remove rust from metal surfaces. It uses laser technology to heat the rust, causing it to break down and flake off. It is an excellent alternative to traditional rust removal methods such as sandblasting and chemical treatments because it is more efficient and produces less waste. It’s also more precise and can be used to target specific areas of rust without damaging the surrounding metal. Laser rust remover machines are an invaluable tool for auto repair shops, metalworking shops, and any other business that works with metal.

AccTek has 10 years of experience in laser cleaning machine production and is committed to providing professional laser solutions for global customers. As a professional manufacturer of fiber laser cleaning machines, we have designed laser cleaning machines with different powers and functions to meet the needs of different customers. AccTek implements strict assembly processes and world-class brand parts to ensure high-quality fiber laser cleaning machines for customers.
Laser Rust Removal Machine Renderings
Model AKQ-1000 AKQ-1500 AKQ-2000 AKQ-3000
Laser Power 1000W 1500W 2000W 3000W
Laser Type Fiber Laser
Laser Generator JPT / Raycus / Reci / IPG / Max
Pulse Formation Q-Switched (Quality factor)
Cleaning Efficiency 12㎡/h
Scanning Width 10-80mm
Expected Focal Distance 160mm
Fiber Cable Length 10m
Cooling Type Water cooling

Product Configuration

JPT Fiber Laser Generator

Famous Fiber Laser Generator

Using well-known brand laser generators (Raycus / JPT / Reci / Max / IPG), a high photoelectric conversion rate ensures the laser power and makes the welding effect better. AccTek can design different configurations to meet customer needs.

Interactive Touch Screen Control System

AccTek provides high-performance, intuitive, and easy-to-use operating systems. It expands the tolerance range and weld width of machined parts and provides better weld formation results. The operating system supports Chinese, English, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, and other languages.
Interactive Touch Screen Control System
Industrial Water Chiller

Industrial Water Chiller

The industrial water cooler ensures the heat dissipation of the core optical path components, allowing the welding machine to provide consistent welding quality and helping to improve the overall quality of the weld itself. It can also increase welding output by reducing the downtime of fiber laser welding machines. In addition, an excellent industrial water cooler can also prolong the service life of the laser welding machine.

Laser Cleaning Head

The laser cleaning head is ergonomically designed, small in size, comfortable to hold, and easy to control and operate. The hand-held cleaning head is easy to hold and can be used for a long time, and can be operated at any angle, making cleaning more convenient and flexible.
Laser Cleaning Head

Product Features

  1. Laser cleaning is a “green” cleaning method that does not need to use any chemicals or cleaning fluids. The cleaned waste is basically solid powder, small in size, easy to store, recyclable, and can easily solve the Environmental Pollution problems caused by chemical cleaning;
  2. The traditional cleaning method is often contact cleaning. The surface of the object to be cleaned has mechanical force, and the surface of the object that will be damaged or the cleaning medium adheres to the surface of the object to be cleaned and cannot be removed, causing secondary pollution. The non-abrasive and non-contact laser cleaning solves these problems;
  3. Laser cleaning can be transmitted through optical fiber, cooperate with robots to realize long-distance operation, and can clean parts that are difficult to reach by traditional methods;
  4. Laser cleaning can remove all kinds of pollutants on the surface of various materials, and achieve cleanliness that cannot be achieved by conventional cleaning. In addition, it can selectively clean the contaminants on the surface of the material without damaging the surface of the material;
  5. High efficiency of laser cleaning, saving time and effort;
Laser Cleaning Head
Laser Cleaning Head
Industrial Water Chiller
Industrial Water Chiller

Product Advantages

  1. No consumables, no chemical pollution, saving energy and electricity.
  2. No contact, no friction, and no stress can protect the surface of brittle materials, and minimize damage to the substrate.
  3. It can remove pollution particles below the nanometer level, and the cleanliness is high.
  4. Optical fiber transmission can be moved and operated, precisely positioned for cleaning, and can also clean areas that are not easily accessible.
  5. Synchronous cleaning and synchronous processing to achieve zero discharge during the cleaning process.
  6. It can realize fast cleaning of heavy pollutants and high-speed cleaning of light pollutants.
  7. Laser cleaning can solve problems that cannot be solved by traditional cleaning methods.
  8. Wide range of applicable materials for laser cleaning.
Control Panel
Control Panel
JPT Laser Generator
JPT Laser Generator

Product Application

Laser rust remover machines are ideal for auto repair shops, metal processing plants, and other industries that require descaling. Laser rust remover machines are capable of quickly and effectively removing rust from metal surfaces, including cars, boats, and other metal objects. Laser beams are able to penetrate deep into metal surfaces, removing rust without damaging the underlying material.

Laser rust remover machines are also great for removing paint and other coatings from metal surfaces. The laser beam is able to penetrate the paint or coating and remove it without damaging the underlying metal surface. This makes laser descaling machines an excellent tool for automotive restoration projects.
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Why Choose AccTek?

Factory Preset Cleaning Parameters

Factory Preset Cleaning Parameters

  • Simple preset selection ensures consistent high-quality laser cleaning results.
  • Operators can instantly switch between different presets to facilitate the cleaning of multiple materials;
  • Advanced operators can make custom presets, and save them for future use, and novice operators can use them to produce the same results;
  • Novice operators need less training to get started, reducing labor costs while maintaining cleaning quality;

Quick And Easy Setup

  • Clear identification on the rear of the machine makes connection easy and fast.
  • A single cable from the unit carries laser power, gas, and control connections to the laser gun.
  • The ethernet computer connection provides access to advanced parameter settings for fine-tuning and saving cleaning process parameters.
Quick And Easy Setup
Easy To Operate And Maintain

Easy To Operate And Maintain

  • The machine is ergonomic, compact, and proven to be the most comfortable and easy-to-use laser gun, and has a built-in adjustment wash width setting.
  • Equipped with an intuitive user interface that allows you to quickly and easily adjust settings and monitor the progress of the cleaning process.
  • The machine is designed to be energy efficient and requires very little maintenance.

Operator Safety Features

  • Key switch control to protect the system from unauthorized cleaning operations.
  • The emergency stop button can ensure that the machine can be shut down immediately when there is a problem.
  • The safety interlock device verifies the integrity of laser delivery to the cleaning gun.
  • Laser triggering requires 2 steps of operation (1: Laser Ready; 2: Laser Emission) to ensure the safety of cleaning operations.
  • If anyone other than the operator accidentally enters the cleaning area, the door switch interlock circuit shuts off the laser.
Operator Safety Features

Frequently Asked

Yes, laser rust removal is an effective way to remove rust from metal surfaces. Laser rust removal works by using a high-powered laser to vaporize rust and leave a clean metal surface. The laser descaling process is non-invasive and can be used on a variety of metals, including steel, aluminum, and copper.

The process of laser descaling involves using a high-powered laser to vaporize the rust on the metal surface. When the laser beam shines on the rust, it heats the rust to a temperature where it evaporates and decomposes. This will remove the rust from the metal surface, leaving a clean and rust-free metal surface.

Laser descaling is an effective and precise method of removing rust from metal surfaces. The laser descaling process is non-invasive, and precise and produces less waste than other descaling methods. But be sure to consider the circumstances and limitations of your craft before deciding whether it’s right for your particular situation.

The cost of a laser descaling machine can vary based on a number of factors, including the brand, specifications, power, and features of the machine. Generally speaking, the price of a laser descaling machine ranges from a few thousand dollars to a hundred thousand dollars. The price of a 1000W laser rust removal machine is around 6000-15000 US dollars. The price of the pulse laser rust removal machine is 8,000-70,000 US dollars, the specific price depends on the laser power, the brand of the laser generator, and other factors. Some factors that can affect the cost of a laser descaling machine include:

  • Laser generator: The laser generator is the most critical component in the laser descaling machine, and it contributes a lot to the cost. There are many different types of laser generators (e.g. fiber lasers, pulsed lasers) that can be used for rust removal and their prices can vary widely. The power output of the laser source also affects cost, with more powerful lasers generally being more expensive.
  • Laser power: The power output of a laser generator also affects cost, with higher-power laser generators generally being more expensive. Of course, higher-power lasers can also remove rust faster and more effectively.
  • Scanner and optics: The scanner and optics are responsible for directing the laser beam onto the rusted metal surface. These components are critical to the precision and accuracy of the descaling process. High-quality scanners and optics add to the overall cost of the machine.
  • Control system: The control system is the tool that controls the software for the laser parameters, scanning modes, and other settings of the machine. An advanced control system with a user-friendly interface and advanced features can add to the cost of the machine.
  • Machine Size: Larger machines are generally more expensive due to increased size and complexity. Plus, larger machines will cost more to ship.
  • R&D costs: The development of laser descaling machines involves research, engineering, and testing, which can be costly. These costs are usually factored into the list price of the laser descaling machine.
  • Low output: The output of a laser descaling machine may not be as high as other industrial equipment, resulting in higher manufacturing costs due to economies of scale, which may also result in a higher cost of the laser descaling machine.
  • Brand and manufacturer: Different manufacturers have different pricing structures and levels of quality, so the brand and manufacturer of a machine can also affect its cost.
  • Additional features: Some laser descaling machines may have additional features such as dust collection systems, fume extraction, safety shields, and automation features that add to the cost of the machine.

The cost of a laser descaling machine may be offset by the labor and material savings the machine provides. Compared to traditional rust removal methods, laser descaling can be done faster, more precisely, and with less waste, saving you money in the long run. Overall, the cost of a laser rust remover can vary widely based on a number of factors. It’s important to research different options and consider the specific needs of your business before purchasing. If you are planning to purchase a laser rust removal machine, you can contact us directly. AccTek Laser engineers will provide you with customized laser rust removal solutions.

Laser rust removal is an advanced, high-precision process that requires specialized equipment and technology, so the cost of the laser rust removal process is relatively high. Here are some factors that can make laser rust removal expensive:

  • Laser technology: Laser descaling relies on high-powered laser beams to remove rust from metal surfaces. The laser generators used in laser rust removal machines are usually advanced high-power laser generators designed for industrial applications, such as fiber laser generators or pulsed laser generators. These laser generators are precision instruments that require precise engineering, high-quality materials, and advanced manufacturing techniques, all of which add to their cost.
  • Specialized equipment: In addition to the laser itself, laser rust removal requires specialized equipment, such as scanners and optics, to direct the laser beam onto the rusted surface. These components need to be of high quality to ensure efficient rust removal and reliable performance. High-quality scanners and optics can be expensive due to their complexity and precision requirements.
  • Training and expertise: Laser rust removal machines require expertise and training to be effective and safe to use. Operators must be trained in laser safety and handling procedures and must have experience selecting the proper laser settings and scan modes for different types of rust and metal surfaces. The training and expertise required for laser rust removal add to the overall cost, including labor costs.
  • Control system: The control system of the laser rust removal machine includes software and hardware to control the laser parameters, scanning mode, and other settings. Advanced control systems with user-friendly interfaces and sophisticated functions add to the cost of the machine. Additionally, laser rust removal machines may require safety features and controls to ensure operator safety, further adding to the cost.
  • Processing time: Laser rust removal is a time-consuming process that can take hours or even days to complete, depending on the size of the rusted area and the type of metal surface. The longer the processing time, the higher the labor and equipment usage costs.

Laser rust removal is a highly specialized process that requires expensive equipment, advanced technology, specialized training, and expertise to perform effectively and safely. These factors all contribute to the relatively high cost of laser descaling compared to other descaling methods. However, the precision, speed, and non-invasiveness of laser rust removal make it an efficient and valuable descaling tool in many industrial and commercial applications.

Although laser rust removal has many advantages such as high precision, high efficiency, and non-invasiveness, there are also some potential disadvantages to consider. Here are some of the main disadvantages of laser rust removal:

  • Cost: Laser rust removal machines are expensive to purchase, operate, and maintain, especially when compared to other rust removal methods. The high cost of the equipment and the expertise required to operate it makes laser rust removal less accessible in some applications. The high cost of laser rust removal can make laser rust removal out of reach for some budgets.
  • Safety hazard: Laser rust removal involves the use of high-powered lasers, which can be dangerous to the operator and those nearby if not handled properly. Operators need to follow strict safety protocols, wear proper protective equipment, and receive proper training to ensure safe operation. Failure to follow safety guidelines could result in serious injury or accidents, making safety a key consideration in laser rust removal.
  • Risk of surface damage: While laser rust removal is a non-invasive method of rust removal, there is a risk of surface damage if the laser beam is not steered precisely or if the surface material is sensitive to heat or light. If the laser is too powerful, it can damage the surface, leaving dents. This can affect the appearance, integrity, or function of the treated material and may require additional post-processing steps to restore the surface finish.
  • Material limitations: Laser rust removal is most effective on metal surfaces because it relies on the interaction between the laser and the rust. It does not work as well on other materials, such as plastics, ceramics, or composites, which may have different absorption and thermal properties. Some materials may also be more susceptible to damage from laser energy, limiting the applicability of laser descaling.
  • Rust type and thickness: Laser rust removal may be less effective for certain types of rust that have penetrated the material. For example, heavy or thick rust layers may require multiple passes or higher laser power, which increases the time and cost of rust removal. The effectiveness of laser rust removal may also depend on the composition and nature of the rust and it may not be suitable for all types of rust.
  • Processing speed: While laser rust removal is highly efficient, the processing speed may not be as fast as other methods, depending on the size of the rusted area, laser power, and scanning mode. In some cases, using laser descaling can take longer than other traditional methods, which can affect the overall productivity and cost-effectiveness of the process.
  • Environmental concerns: Laser rust removal can produce harmful fumes and debris, especially when used on painted or coated surfaces. Proper ventilation and filtration systems are therefore required to control these emissions and prevent environmental damage. These additional requirements add complexity and cost to the process.

In summary, while there are many advantages to laser rust removal, there are also some disadvantages to consider, including cost, safety considerations, potential risk of surface damage, material and rust type limitations, processing speed, and environmental considerations. It is important to carefully evaluate the specific requirements and limitations of laser rust removal for a given application and consider alternative methods if necessary. Proper training, safety precautions, and adherence to guidelines are essential to mitigate disadvantages and ensure safe and effective laser rust removal.

Laser rust removal uses a high-energy laser beam to evaporate rust or other contaminants from metal surfaces without damaging the underlying metal substrate. But if used incorrectly, lasers can damage the surface being treated. If the laser power or duration is too high, it can damage the substrate, which can cause surface roughness, texture changes, or even structural damage to the processed material.

The potential for material damage depends on several factors, including laser power, pulse duration, spot size, scan mode, and distance from the material. These parameters need to be carefully controlled and optimized to ensure safe and effective rust removal without damaging the material. The type and properties of the material, including its absorption and thermal properties, also play a role in determining optimal laser settings and avoiding damage.

In addition to thermal damage, the laser beam may also cause changes in the chemical properties of the metal surface, especially when the laser is used on thin or coated metals. For example, lasers can change the composition of metal surfaces by removing or altering coatings or by inducing a chemical reaction between the metal and the surrounding air or moisture. This can lead to changes in surface properties such as corrosion resistance, adhesion, or conductivity.

Another risk associated with laser rust removal is the potential for material fatigue or stress, especially when the laser is used on metals that are already prone to stress or fatigue. Laser beams can create residual stresses on metal surfaces that can lead to microcracks, fractures, or other forms of material degradation over time.

To minimize the risk of material damage, laser rust removal should be performed by trained professionals who are familiar with laser equipment. In preparation for a rust removal operation, laser parameters should be carefully selected based on material properties, rust type and thickness, and desired surface finish. It is also important to test on a small area before treating the entire surface to ensure the laser parameters are set properly and to avoid accidental damage.

While laser rust removal is a safe and effective method, it can damage the material if not done properly. With proper training of operators, the risk of damage can be minimized. In addition, operators should wear proper protective equipment and follow established safety procedures to avoid accidents or injuries.
The laser power required for laser descaling depends on several factors, including the type and thickness of rust, the material being processed, the speed of the process required, and the specific laser rust removal equipment used. In general, the higher laser power will remove rust faster but also increases the risk of surface damage if used incorrectly.

Generally speaking, the laser power of most laser rust removal machines is between 100-3000 watts. Lower-power laser rust removal machines (such as 100-500 watts) are usually used to deal with lighter rust or scenes with higher requirements for rust removal. Whereas higher-powered laser rust remover machines (such as 1000-3000 watts) are used to treat heavier rust or larger areas.

Higher-power lasers can remove rust faster and more efficiently than lower-power lasers, but also increase the risk of surface damage or material fatigue, especially if the laser is used incorrectly. It is important to balance the speed and efficiency needed for the rust removal process with the need to avoid damaging the underlying metal.

Laser power is not the only parameter that affects the effect of laser rust removal, there are other factors that affect it together. Laser spot size, scanning mode, and laser beam focusing also play a role in the laser rust removal process. The proper combination of these parameters will depend on the specific descaling application and rust removal results.

The laser power required for laser rust removal depends on a variety of factors, including the type and thickness of the rust, the material being processed, the processing speed required, and the specific laser rust removal equipment used. Properly evaluating these factors and following the laser rust removal machine manufacturer’s guidelines are important to ensure safe and effective rust removal with laser technology.

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